Heading Across the Pond to receive praise from British audiences, Gary Oldman and Naomie Harris attended the London Critics' Circle Film Awards on Sunday (February 2). The "Skyfall" star wore a sleeveless, yellow fringed dress that evoked...Show More Summary
Naomie Harris is stunning in a sheer yellow dress while attending the 2014 London Critics’ Circle Film Awards held at The Mayfair Hotel on Sunday (February 2) in London, England. The 37-year-old English actress was joined by Captain Phillips‘ Barkhad Abdi, who is nominated for Supporting Actor for his role in the film. PHOTOS: Check [...]
After an awards ceremony marred by accusations that a member yelled abuse at the director of "12 Years a Slave," the New York Film Critics Circle expelled a member, Armond White of City Arts. Another member, Lou Lumenick of The New York Post, was suspended for a year.
After an awards ceremony marred by accusations that a member yelled abuse at the director of “12 Years a Slave,” the New York Film Critics Circle expelled a member, Armond White of City Arts. Another member, Lou Lumenick of The New York Post, was suspended for a year.
by Joe Berkowitz Yesterday morning, Armond White was removed from the New York Film Critics Circle. He got the boot because last week, at their annual awards, he heckled Twelve Years A Slave director Steve McQueen, mid-acceptance speech, loud enough for much of the room to hear. Show More Summary
Following an outburst directed at Steve McQueen during the NYFCC's awards ceremony, White has been kicked out of the organization.
NEW YORK (AP) — Film critic Armond White has been expelled from the New York Film Critics Circle after allegedly heckling "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen at the group's annual awards banquet. The critics convened Monday and voted the CityArts critic out of the group. Show More Summary
Last week’s New York Film Critics Circle Awards, as had become annual tradition, wrapped up another year of film with the sound of Armond White heckling someone—in this case, 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen, whom numerous other critics claim was called “an embarrassing door man and garbage man” by White. Show More Summary
Famously contrarian film critic Armond White has been removed from the New York Film Critics Circle. This news comes after an incident at last week's NYFCC Awards dinner in which White heckled 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen, saying things like, "You're an embarrassing doorman and garbage man." This... More »
It didn’t take long for the New York Film Critics Circle to act after one of its members, CityArts critic Armond White, ripped into 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen after the helmer was introduced at the group’s awards ceremony January 6. Show More Summary
Today, Armond White was expelled from the New York Film Critics Circle following an incident in which 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen was heckled at the NYFCC's annual awards dinner last week. You can read about that incident here. Five years ago, in February 2009, New York Magazine... More »
This year’s FIPRESCI Prize for Best Foreign Language film at the Palm Springs International Film Festival went to Belgian entry The Broken Circle Breakdown, from director Felix van Groeningen. The annual desert fest also awarded acting prizes to Mads Mikkelsen (The Hunt) and Bérénice Bejo (The Past). Show More Summary
Film critic Armond White said allegations that he heckled "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards Monday night are “gossip” and “lies.”
As previously reported the most interesting thing to come out of the New York Film Critics Circle Awards ceremony was critic Armond White lambasting 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen while the famed filmmaker collected his award. Show More Summary
Cate Blanchett rocks a trendy jumpsuit while arriving on a flight at LAX Airport on Tuesday (January 7) in Los Angeles. The day before, the 44-year-old Australian actress attended the 2013 New York Film Critics Circle Awards Ceremony, where she was honored with Best Actress for her work in Blue Jasmine. PHOTOS: Check out the [...]
One of the biggest stories on the internet yesterday was Armond White getting hammered at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards and then heckling 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen because hey, when your entire career is built on being an asshole, you might as well really commit to the construct. Anyway, nowMORE
First the New York Film Critics Circle, then this, and the People’s Choice Awards are tonight, so that makes three days in a row of things keeping Hollywood spit-shined and speckled and shoe-horned into glad rags, all in advance of the Globes on Sunday. Nobody loves giving out statuettes more than this town, and bless Read More...
Yesterday’s story about Armond White heckling (well, allegedly heckling, but we’ll get to that) 12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards seemed pretty much par for course, considering there have been at least three past Armond White heckling incidents (allegedly). Show More Summary
Critic Armond White has denied heckling Steve McQueen at Monday's New York Film Critics Circle awards. "I was misquoted, lied about...I didn't yell anything. I was talking among my friends at the table," White said regarding his behavior during McQueen's speech. So he was rude, but not that rude. Read more...
NEW YORK (AP) — Hollywood's award season, never known for civility, is roiling from a heckling incident between "12 Years a Slave" director Steve McQueen and film critic Armond White. At the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Monday...Show More Summary